Ooh La La! An unofficial love language has been discovered...

Ooh La La! An unofficial love language has been discovered...

We think there should be one more love language...

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No matter where you come from or where you live, there is one universal language that we can all speak...

The language of love (cheesy much?).

QUIZ: What is your love language?

There are officially five love languages in the world. These include:

  • Words of affirmation
  • Quality time
  • Acts of Service
  • Touch
  • Gifts

However, one more has just been discovered...

@awwlexis I always felt that there was one missing, here it is ♥️ credit: @wethelees #lovelanguage #6thlovelanguage #intimacy #relationship #selflove #attachmentstyle #lovelanguages #romanticgestures ♬ original sound - awwlexis

As mentioned in the video above and by experts around the world, there is in a fact a new love language. Question is, what is it?

The video above and articles around the world speak of "feeling known" as the 6th love language. This is when a partner remembers the little things about who you are and what you enjoy. 

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This has sparked major debate online as many believe that "feeling known" is just a combination of all the love languages.


Other people believe that social media, personal space, and distance could all be an alternative for a new love language. 

Our very own Sports Lead, Sky Tshabalala, reckons that 'Sporty' should be the new unofficial love language.

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